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Editorial: What can we do about tuberculosis?
Intensifying tuberculosis case finding – opportunities, challenges and open questions
Tuberculosis: well known for centuries – still difficult to diagnose
Strategies to find tuberculosis cases: it could be more than a cough!
Modelling the impact of HIV and ART on TB
SACEMA short courses announcements
5th SA TB Conference 2018 – late breaker session
Editorial: On complexity, realism and usefulness of individual-based models
A model of endemic foot-and-mouth disease in African buffalo
Do individual-based models add to our knowledge of sexually transmitted infection epidemics?
Individual-based approaches to infectious disease modelling; the example of measles
A decade of individual-based transmission models: why, what and how?
Representing reality with individual-based models: Opportunity or illusion?
Modelling heterogeneous social contact patterns in a Simulator for the Transmission of Infectious Diseases (Stride)
Individual-based models versus deterministic models: which are better for simulating sexually transmitted infections?
Request for expressions of interest to work at SACEMA
Course Announcement: Individual-based Modelling in Epidemiology
Editorial: Are we conducting science and/or impacting on the world?
Canine rabies and human health
The Hayflick Limit and Maladaptive T cell Aging
Moving Towards a reliable HIV Incidence test: How far have we come and how far do we have to go?
Progress in HIV science illuminated at the IAS2017 conference
SACEMA Research Days 2017
How to fix the academic peer review system
Editorial: It’s an ill wind: is there life after AIDS and tsetse flies?